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References, resources and organisations

References specifically referred to in the text are indicated with an asterisk (*).

Alcohol Advisory Council (2002). Te Pānui a te Kaunihera Whakatupato Waipiro o Aotearoa / The Newsletter of the Alcohol Advisory Council of New Zealand, vol. 3 no. 1.

Appleby, P. and Tilley, J. (2000). Foodpower Unit Plans for Food Technology and Food and Nutrition. Christchurch: User Friendly Resource Enterprises Ltd.

Applegate, E. A. and Grivetti, L. E. (1997). "Search for the Competitive Edge: A History of Dietary Fads and Supplements", in Journal of Nutrition, vol. 27 no. 5.

Bailey, Ray and Earle, Mary (1999). Home Cooking to Takeaways: Changes in Food Consumption in New Zealand During 1880–1990 (second edition). Palmerston North: Massey University.

* Bond, Tim (1990). Games for Social and Life Skills. Cheltenham, England: S. Thornes.

* Burgess, Feaua'i (1991). :Kirikiti A Game for Everyone. Wellington: Learning Media (part of a kit).

Consumer (1996). "What Children Eat", in Consumer 354, November 1996.

Consumer (2000). "Diabetes", in Consumer 398, November 2000.

Consumer (2001). "Teenagers, Children and Obesity", in Consumer 406, August 2001.

Consumer (2002). "Caffeine Drinks", in Consumer 414, May 2002.

* den Duyn, Nicole (1997). "Games Sense: It's Time to Play", in Australian Sports Coach, vol. 19 no. 4, Summer 1997.

* Eurocare (2001). Marketing Alcohol to Young People.

Gerritsen, John (1999). "Olympian Ideals", in New Zealand Education Gazette, vol. 78 no. 19, 1 Nov. 1999. pp. 1, 4 5.

Gillanders, Lyn, Lloyd, Lyn, McIlroy, Kerry, and Wallwork, Helen (2000). Sports Nutrition for Young People. Auckland: Pearson Education New Zealand Ltd.

* Hattie, John (1999). "Influences on Student Learning". Inaugural Professorial Address.

* Hellison, Donald R. (c1995). Teaching Responsibility through Physical Activity. Champaign, IL : Human Kinetics Publishers, Inc.

Hillary Commission (1997). Moving through Sport: From Junior to Adult. Wellington: Hillary Commission for Sport, Fitness and Leisure.

Holibar, Francesca, Wyllie, Allan, Barnes, Helen Moewaka, Fuamatu, Nite, Aioluputea, Ken, and Casswell, Sally (1994). Response of Young Children to Alcohol and Host Responsibility Advertising on Television: A Qualitative Investigation. Auckland: Alcohol and Public Health Research Unit, University of Auckland.

* Jones, Sandra C. and Donovan, Robert J. (2001). "Messages in Alcohol Advertising Targeted to Youth", in Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, pp. 126 – 131.

Klein N. (2001). No Logo: No Space, No Choice, No Jobs. London: Flamingo.

Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand (1997). Mental Health Matters: A Health Education Resource for Junior Secondary School. Auckland: Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand.

Ministry of Education (1999). Choice Food!: Food and Nutrition: Years 7–8. Wellington: Learning Media.

* Ministry of Education (1999). Friendships: Relationships: Years 9–10. Wellington: Learning Media.

Ministry of Education (1997). Governing and Managing New Zealand Schools. Wellington: Learning Media.

* Ministry of Education (1999). Health and Physical Education in the New Zealand Curriculum (1999). Wellington: Learning Media.

* Ministry of Education (1999). Attitudes and Values: Olympic Ideals in Physical Education. Wellington: Learning Media.

* Ministry of Education (1998). Safety and Technology Education: A Guidance Manual for New Zealand Schools. Wellington: Learning Media.

* Ministry of Education (1998). Smile. Wellington: Learning Media.

* Ministry of Education (1994). Taking Action: Life Skills in Health Education. Wellington: Learning Media.

* Ministry of Health (2001). Eating for Healthy Teenagers. Wellington: Ministry of Health.

* Ministry of Health (1998). Food and Nutrition Guidelines for Healthy Adolescents. A Background Paper. Wellington: Ministry of Health.

* Ministry of Health (2002). Food and Nutrition Guidelines for Healthy Adults. A Background Paper. Wellington: Ministry of Health.

Ministry of Health (1999). New Zealand Food: New Zealand People: Key Results of the 1997 National Nutrition Survey. Wellington: Ministry of Health.

Ministry of Health (2002). Oranga Pumau – Oranga Kai: Towards an Integrated Approach to Physical Activity, Nutrition and Healthy Weight for New Zealand. Wellington: Ministry of Health.

* Ministry of Youth Affairs (2002). Youth Development Strategy Aotearoa. Wellington: Ministry of Youth Affairs.

National Nutrition Education in Schools Project (1996). Food and Nutrition in Action: A Curriculum Development Package. Carlton, South Victoria: Curriculum Corporation.

New Zealand Network against Food Poverty (2000). Hidden Hunger: Food and Low Income in New Zealand. Wellington: The Downtown Community Ministry.

* Osteoporosis New Zealand (2001). Choice Action: A Resource for Teachers of Health Education, Physical Education, and Home Economics. Wellington: Osteoporosis New Zealand.

Pilger, John (2002). The New Rulers of the World. London: Verso.

* Resnick, Michael D. (2000). "Protective Factors, Resiliency, and Healthy Youth Development" in Adolescent Medicine: State of the Art Reviews, vol. 11 no. 1, February 2000.

Saffer, H. (2002). "Alcohol Advertising and Youth", in Journal of Studies on Alcohol.

Tasker, Gillian (1996/1997). "For Whose Benefit? The Politics of Developing a Health Education Curriculum", in Delta, vol. 48 no. 2 and vol. 49 no. 1.

Trotman, Rachael, Wyllie, Alan, and Casswell, Sally (1994). Content Analysis of Television Alcohol Advertisements. Auckland: Alcohol and Public Health Research Unit, University of Auckland.

Velde, Matt (2000). "You Are What You Eat", in New Zealand Education Gazette, vol. 79 no. 3, February 21, 2000.

Organisations

Advertising Standards Authority
PO Box 10675
Wellington
Phone: (04) 472 7852
Fax: (04) 471 1785
Website
Email

Food Standards Australia New Zealand
(formerly known as Australia New Zealand Food Authority)
PO Box 10559
Wellington 6036
Phone: (04) 473 9942
Fax: (04) 473 9855
Website

Broadcasting Standards Authority
PO Box 9213
Phone: (04) 382 9508
Fax: (04) 382 9543
Website

Commerce Commission
PO Box 2351
Wellington
Phone: (04) 471 0180
Fax: (04) 471 0771
Website

Mental Health Foundation
62-64 Valley Rd
Mt Eden
Auckland
Phone: (09) 630 8573
Fax: (09) 630 7190
Website

Heart Foundation
PO Box 17-160
Greenlane
Auckland 5
Phone: (09) 571 9191
Fax: (09) 571 9190
Website

New Zealand Human Rights Commission
Phone: 0800 4 YOUR RIGHTS
Fax: (09) 375 8611
Website
Email

Office of Film and Literature Classification
Website


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